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surnametitle of the comment / feedbackcomment / feedbacksubmittednum
RUMBLEI am researching the Rumble family of FaI am researching the Rumble family of Fareham and came across this website. I think what you are doing is a really good idea and particularly helpful if you don't live near to where your ancestors came from.

ABERNETHYThanks!Awesome site, thanks for helping me find some of my ancestors!

JAMIESONThanks!This is a great website, a wonderful service. I've found members of my family tree that I didn't know about.

HEARYThank youWonderful website easy to use, thank you photographers for taking photos.

PEARSEIncorrect grave imageRe George & Laura Pearse of Martham. Sorry but the wrong image of the grave was sent. The two memorial images are correct. There is in fact no gravestone but I can supply a correct photo of the plot if you wish.

PESCODPescod GravestoneThanks for the photograph

HYAMSThank You!I am the genealogist for my extended family and was pleasantly surprised to see you had the headstone for Molly Margaret Hyams. As I live in California, I truly appreciate the work that goes in to making this service available to those of us who either live abroad or have other difficulties in accessing cemeteries or record offices. Thank you!

HILLCharles HILL son of Joseph HILL of Donabate IrelandI was looking for examples for a talk to my Family History Group on how to use your site, never imagining I would find something I didn't have. Thank you for this photo of Charles. Next time I am in Knaresborough from NZ I will visit him.

CHIPPERFIELDJames, Charlotte and Annie ChipperfieldThank you so much for the photo of James and Charlotte Chipperfields grave stumbled across by accident!! You made my day and it now means we are able to visit the grave.

WARHURSTAppreciationThank you for the photo of the grave of my great great grandparents, Elizabeth & James Warhurst. We are planning a visit to St Peters Church In Hope so we hope to locate the grave. Many Thanks.

STANBRIDGEVery Useful ResorceA very quick response to a request for a photograph of my wife's GGGG Grand-parents grave stones.

NESFIELDMany thanks for helping to solve a familMany thanks for helping to solve a family history puzzle.

Archibald Seth-SmithThank you once again for your help. All your work and the work of others is most appreciated particularly when we live so far away in Australia.

BULL, WILLIAMGreat resourceThank you for making this resource available. It is a great help when compiling a family tree from another country. Much appreciated.

WIGGResearching how the Wigg family got invoResearching how the Wigg family got involved in trading with southern Brazil out of Liverpool. GPR is an excellent source of otherwise difficult-to-find information. Thoroughly recommend!

JAYThank youA great resource, unique records not available elsewhere. Much appreciated!

BROMWICHVery usefulThank you so much. This resource enabled me to find the grave of my grandmothers father who died when she was just 2 years old. She doesn’t have much information and we plan to visit the grave now. Reginald Bromwich

ISAAC / BRAUNTON AND NUMEROUS OTThe ServiceTo me and people like me your service is invaluable as without it I would have no gravestones for people in my tree.I would like to say a big thankyou to all the people who give up their time to travel around to gather the numerous photo's. Thanks again for a brilliant service

GRESHAM Thank you. It was amazing to see this grThank you. It was amazing to see this grave as did not know it existed and was able to tell my elderly mum and show her.

ROYALThomas Daniel RoyalI am tracing my Pop's family Thomas Gains(Gius) Royal, it was great to find his father Thomas Daniel and 3rd wife Emma nee Card buried in Brisbane. Thanks you for all the hard work to keep this site going.

JAMESjames headstoneMany thanks for the picture of the edward James headstone in Durham rd cemetery in stockton . This is really helpful to researching my great granparents

CAPONMargaret Capon nee CurtisI'm at the start of researching my family. It was so exciting to find a photograph of a relevant gravestone. Thank you for organising this site and providing such a quick response.

LINGThanks for your help in discovering my LThanks for your help in discovering my Ling ancestry.

TURNBULLMany thanks for your assistance in traciMany thanks for your assistance in tracing the burial place of James Turnbull and his wife Christiana Robson

ARTISsuperb site for informationWell done to everyone who has made an input to this site - an invaluable resource, saving miles of travelling!

BLANDGeorge BlandThank you for the quick response in sending me a larger image. I am a descendant of the Bland family and this will aid in helping with my family search. Thanks again. Tina

THE LOWESTOFT AREAThank you for the Quantrill photographDear Charles, Thank you for this and the last photo you sent me. Just to let you know I have a large collection of photos from Kessingland St Edmunds Carlton Colville St Peter's Oulton St Michael all Lowestoft area. I also have photos from St Margaret Downham ESSEX and Wickford Municipal Cemetery ESSEX. I have tried up loading to your site before and found it most difficult. However I am still willing to help. Trev

JUNIPERMany thanks Many thanks - I would never have found this without your help.

CARLYLE & WISHARTGratefulI found this web site very helpful. I couldn't find any headstones anywhere else for various distant relatives, until I came across this site through Ancestry. I send our my thanks to the person running the web site!

RICHARD & BLANCHE ROEExcellent serviceA wonderful source of family details and history. Many thanks for such quick and efficient reply to my request. Searching the family of Blanche Roe (nee Gannon).

DOUGLASSReally quick response ThanksReally quick response Thanks

SAYERSthank you.. I would not be able to get tthank you.. I would not be able to get there for a photo of my ancestor

ISAAC / HOOKWAYthanks for your speedy responsethanks for your speedy response

HOGGHogg /Baston Family historyThanks to your site I have been able to add to my family search, the recent photo has given me another link

DOWNINGThanksA wonderful resource that enabled me to view the gravestone of my great (x2) grandparents in (very) remote Suffolk. The effort involved is much appreciated.

RENTONThanksThanks for pics of person requested. Great clarity in images Thank you.

LIVEYGreat ResourceA very useful tool to help find your ancestors. Many thanks to all those who contribute to make this possible.

TOWARD, DAVISON, WADDELLGravestonesthis is a wonderful site to help people who don't live in England. Haven't been able to find any of these graves, before now

HAWKINSThanks for this. A great resource. A quiThanks for this. A great resource. A quick response to my request, and very clear photographs received. This has helped me considerably.

RUDLERHenry RudlerIn my researches of the Rudler family from Wiltshire I found the gravestone entries very helpful in sorting out complicated relationships.

SHARP / ATKINSONExtreamly usefull Thankyou so much.Extreamly usefull Thankyou so much.

CHALLONERGrave 31943 in Hampton cemeteryThe image for Frances challoner’s grave was received and is very clear. Thank you so much for your efforts in keeping these records up to date. It really is appreciated

GEORGEThank ya'll.Thank you so much for the excellent image of my ancestor's monument. If anyone else has, or is searching for, information about the Alexander George family, born abt 1630, please send me an email. Thank ya'll again.

DONOVANGrateful thanksThank you so much for providing a copy of my great uncle's headstone

HOWELLSThanksThankyou for your service,very usefulfor my research

BRANDThank You!Thank you so much for your site and this brilliant service you provide! Much appreciated!

LALORThanksDear GPR, thank you so much for getting back to me so quickly. I was delighted to be able to confirm information on a member of my family for my family history research. I was referred to your site by if that information is useful for you. Thank you again and keep up the great work! Leo Lalor

WADDINGTONGreat resource! Dear Charles, Thank you for the image of the gravestone of Samuel Waddington, my 7th great-grandfather. Please know how much I appreciate your dedication in providing this resource. It must take huge amounts of time to maintain and administer. Truthfully, I get excited every time I find another link to my family's history! I hope to be able volunteer to photograph the cemetery where several generations of my family are buried - Prospect Presbyterian Church, China Grove, North Carolina - established 1824. It is large... perhaps I could enlist a few cousins to help me! Thanks again and best wishes, Elizabeth Weddington Grimm North Carolina, US

Wonderful Resource and ServiceI've been using the Gravestone Photographic Resource for a long time now and have found it an amazing resource with first class service. Very much appreciated - keep up the good work.

DICKENSONResearching Dickenson family membersThank you so much for this fantastic resource. I have been researching my family tree and now have lots more information on Dickenson family members buried in St. Anne's churchyard, Syston, Gloucestershire


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